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Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

India Discusses Adding 3D Imagery to Google Earth

3D imagery of buildings and terrain of India's major cities, including Rashtrapati Bhavan and PMO, could soon be seen in Google Earth with the government contemplating to give permission for uploading pictures of the country's metropolitan areas. Home...

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

The New Delhi GIS Department is Using Google EArth to Map Waterbodies

The city administration is taking the help of ‘Google Earth’ to locate 107 untraceable ‘lost’ water bodies out of total 1012 waterbodies in Delhi. However, they have failed to locate them so far. The Geographic Information Systems...

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

NSW Government Delivers Location Intelligence, Via Google Earth

The state government of New South Wales, Australia has tapped the power of Google Earth to make spatial information about the state - maps, land parcels details, survey information, census data and much more readily accessible in...

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Delhi Utilizes Google Earth to Map and Monitor Water Bodies

Of the 1,012 water bodies in Delhi, as many as 349 have reportedly dried up and 165 have been encroached upon. These startling figures have been complied through satellite imaging by the city administration’s Delhi Parks &...

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Indian Man Finds Way Back Home After 26 Years with Google Earth

Google today is telling the story of a five-year-old boy named Saroo Munshi Khan who fell asleep on a stationary train during a break from searching for change with his 14-year-old brother Guddu in Berhanpur, India. Saroo...

Friday, June 14th, 2013

Sri Lanka Uses Google Earth as a Storytelling Tool

The old adage says that a 'picture tells a thousand words'. And by using just two satellite images from Google Earth, taken two months apart, a citizen journalist has been able to tell the story of the...

Friday, May 24th, 2013

ISRO Bhuvan Reaches Remote Villages in India

Bhuvan was launched in 2009 to mark the 90th birth anniversary of Vikram Sarabhai and the site's currently maintained by Hyderabad based National Remote Sensing Center. Himanshu Pandya, a scientist at the Space Application Center (SAC) says...

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Plantation Sites in Pune District to be Mapped and Monitored

In a bid to control funds misused in the name of plantation, the forest department is planning to upload the pictures of all the plantation sites in Pune district on Google Earth. The department had last year...

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Foresters Turn to Google Earth to Map Asia’s Largest Saal Reserve

Foresters will now turn to Google Earth to map the mysteries of Asia’s largest saal reserve, a classic case of e-lens on ecology. Saranda forest division, preparing a 10-year working plan to protect Asia’s biggest saal reserve,...

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Foresters Turn to Google Earth to Map Asia’s Larges Saal Reserve

Foresters will now turn to Google Earth to map the mysteries of Asia’s largest saal reserve, a classic case of e-lens on ecology. Saranda forest division, preparing a 10-year working plan to protect Asia’s biggest saal reserve,...

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